they haven't actually gathered that data in many years so they don't have a compilation of who in america has the guns, where they are. the big one, one of them, again, i should add, is reorganizing, for example, the bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms. wig bun everybody's talking about is redoing the way they do background checks because, for example, we don't have a very comprehensive system on the background checks. a lot of people who have records of mental health problems don't have those records transferred into the background check system. so people get, you know, go in to buy a gun, they have a problem even in the prison record system, and with a mental health program, and it doesn't get a ding, a hit, when you buy a gun, they want to change that. >> two different tracks that the white house is taking. they're going to try to work with congress, pushing for legislation, that they hope will be -- they'll cooperate with. on the other hand the executive orders. can you give us a sense for the timetable of both these tracks?